In2Deep is a podcast, where we dive into specific topics about art, romance, philosophy, psychology and dreams, and really get down to the nitty-gritty in each episode. Why are so many artists afraid of putting themselves out there? Is having a rational or emotional mind the better route to be on? Why do we fear the unknown and how could this affect every aspect of our future? If you're an artist that's just starting out, a lost soul with more questions than answers, a heart with a passion or interest for the topics above, or you just happen to stop by spontaneously: welcome! Let's take a dive
The Concept of Love & How Media Represents it
There are two sides to every story, as there is to love. It is a story most of us have lived through at a time in our lives. And yet it is still such a complex feeling one just cannot grasp in a single moment. The concept of love is definitely an interesting one, especially because we consume different views and opinions on it constantly, either through our local environment or through the media. In this episode, authors Tess and Saundra try to scratch the surface of this tricky feeling and did an amazing job elaborating their own opinion on it. How do you view the concept of love?
What is the actual purpose of art? w/ guests
'Art' is something humans have been creating for centuries - it is something very familiar to us and easy to distinguish, even if we're someone, who doesn't necessarily work in the field of arts. But do we actually know if that painting we're looking at is art? Or the book we're reading, song we're listening to, etc. Maybe one must give their art work a greater meaning to actually be able to define it as 'art'. Is this true? And does this then lead to the question: Does art in general even have a purpose for the human race? Why do we feel the need to create art? I tackle these incredibly difficult questions with two talented artists, Gaby and Shahe, and get to see the view on art from the other side.
Being judged as an artist & its effect on art w/ guests
Have you ever been judged by someone for an art piece that you've created? Chances are, you have. Whether it's in school, university, at home, on social media - we constantly get judged by other's, and sometimes it can get overwhelming. In this episode, I've invited two artists, Otysee and Zoe, who share their art work publicly online. They share their opinions on judgement, how often they receive it, whether it affects their work or creative flow, and how to deal with it when it's getting in the way.
BONUS EPISODE: Can you force a mind to be creative?
This is a bonus episode to the previous "Can you force a mind to be creative". In these extra 10 minutes of insight, Anna and Jennifer answer some more questions that didn't or only partially made it in the full episode. But we didn't want you to miss out on this, it's just too good!!
Can you force a mind to be creative? w/ guests
Creativity is something we all possess, in one way or another. And most of us try to be creative in our everyday lives, whether it's at home, at our job, or at a place where we feel most comfortable to be creative. But there are times, when it seems like we have lost that creativity, when we lack it all together. How do we get back on track? Can we actually force our minds to be creative? Is creativity just an on-off switch that we can use at any time? And are there any methods out there, that might be able to boost our creativity? We answer all of these questions with our two guests of the episode: Anna Helena & Jennifer Sturrock!
Self-Publishing a book vs. Traditional Publishing! w/ Guests
There are 2 common ways to publish a book: self-publishing and traditional publishing. Which one is the better way to go though? I've invited 3 guests to share their opinion and experience on self-publishing and why they chose it over the other. We talk about pros and cons, the publishing process, and things you can do to make your decision easier!